You can find the key publications of the five different research groups below.

  • Health Services Management & Organisation (HSMO)
  • Health Economics-iMTA (GE-iMTA)
  • Law & Health Care (R&G)
  • Health Care Governance (HCG)
  • Health Insurance (ZKV)


Health Services Management & Organisation (HSMO)

These key publications will be available at a later time

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Health Economics-iMTA (GE-iMTA)

These key publications will be available at a later time

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Law & Health Care (R&G)

These key publications will be available at a later time

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Law & Health Care (HCG)

Aarts, Jos, and Ross Koppel. 2009. Implementation of computerized physician order entry in seven countries. Health Affairs 28 (2):404-414.

Adams, Samantha, and Antoinette de Bont. 2007. Information Rx: Prescribing Good Consumerism and Responsible Citizenship. Health Care Analysis 15 (4):273-290.

Bekker, Marleen, Stans van Egmond, Rik Wehrens, Kim Putters, and Roland Bal. 2010. Linking research and practice in Dutch healthcare: infrastructure, innovations and impacts. Evidence & Policy 6 (2):237-253.

Bijker, Wiebe E., Roland Bal, and Ruud Hendriks. 2009. Paradox of Scientific Authority. The role of scientific advice in democracies. Boston: MIT Press.

Zuiderent-Jerak, Teun. 2009. Competition in the wild. Emerging figurations of healthcare markets. Social Studies of Science 39 (5):765-792   

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Health Insurance (ZKV)

Varkevisser, Marco, Stéphanie A. van der Geest and Frederik T. Schut 2012. Do patients choose hospitals with high quality ratings? Empirical evidence from the market for angioplasty in the Netherlands. Journal of Health Economics 31 (2):371-378.

Van Kleef, Richard C. and René C. J. A van Vliet 2012. Improving Risk Equalization Using Multiple-year High Cost as a Health Indicator. Medical Care 50 (2) 140-144.

Eijkenaar, Frank 2011. Pay for Performance in Health Care: An International Overview of Initiatives. Medical Care Research and Review. August 09, 2011. 

Roos, Anne-Fleur and Frederik T. Schut 2012. Spillover effects of supplementary on basic health insurance: evidence from the Netherlands. The European Journal of of Health Economics 13 (1) 51-62.

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